Adam Gurri explores the conflicts generated by three different ways of looking at the concept of liberty.
Economics is an excellent tool for judging policies, but economic theory alone is a highly impoverished lens through which to view morality.
Libertarian ethics is best grounded in a commitment to radical equality, not in trying to optimize preference satisfaction. Some preferences are bad.
Gurri discusses the concepts of pluralism and monism in politics and the social sciences.
Automated decisions, Coase’s theory of the firm, and how it all applies to companies like Uber.
Some people express disdain for “consumers” and “consumption,” but being a consumer is really just going about the business of living.